Join us for a walk-through of the Moonbeam base area that is now open for summer operations (Thursday – Sunday) and stay tuned in for winter sneak peeks as we are now under 100 days away from the start of ski and snowboard season at Solitude.
Upstairs in the Snowsports building, you can now find retail with logo wear, bike gear, Solitude branded disc golf frisbees, and more. Next to the new retail pop-up, you can find an expanded mountain bike rental fleet, lessons, and lifts tickets.
Step outside of the Snowsports building and you will find that Little Dollie Waffles is now open Thursday – Sunday with tasty waffles, sandwich wraps, and ice cream bars.
After you fill your waffle craving, stop by the pump track and beginner mountain bike skills area, or hop directly on Link Lift and head on up to the village. Scenic lift access is free for 22/23 Solitude and Ikon Pass holders.
The paved path between the village, beginner mountain bike flow trail, and 9-hole disc golf course are still in progress. The paved path will be completed in the next week and we are making a lot of progress on the beginner mountain bike trail. Once the paved path is finished, the 9-hole disc golf course between the moonbeam base area and Sunrise lift will be completed.
Winter is right around the corner and we have the terrain park update you have been waiting for. We have hired a terrain park manager. They are headed to Colorado and California to pick up features in the coming weeks.
#EarliestLiftsInUtah will be returning and run daily from Christmas through mid-March.
With 160 days open last season, we had the #LongestSeasonInUtah. If conditions allow, we are pushing for 175 days this winter. Starting on Friday, November 18.
To catch up on previous Amber’s Updates: https://blog.solitudemountain.com/category/ambers-updates/